The Sushi Project: Farming Fish And Rice in California’s Fields

Yale Environment 360: The idea of rearing salmon in fallowed rice fields started in a duck blind. Huey Johnson, California’s Secretary of Resources in the 1970s and at age 82 widely considered the “grand old man” of California environmentalists, is an avid hunter, who has spent hundreds of hours in Central Valley duck blinds. It is perhaps a testament to the contemplation induced by extended Resource Renewal Institute Aerial view of a “Fish in the Fields” site, where small forage fish are being raised in flooded, fallow......

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